Hawai’i History Day Honolulu District Mo’olelo

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Hawaiʻi History Day Honolulu District 2021 Results and Student Projects

Click below to see the results for the Hawaiʻi History Day 2021 Honolulu District Fair.

***Please note that these results are in no particular order, but are projects that will advance to the Hawaiʻi History Day State Fair. This year, we have also featured our student projects from Honolulu District Fair on a Padlet Page. To see all results from Honolulu District and student projects from the Hawaiʻi History Day 2021 Honolulu District Fair, click below.

More Stories from Honolulu District

The Hawaiʻi Department of Education’s Honolulu District on the island of Oʻahu stretches from the Lēʻahi (Diamond Head) side of Ke Awalau o Puʻuloa (Pearl Harbor) to the crests of Maunalua and falls within two traditional districts, Kona and Koʻolaupoko, and encompasses eight ahupuaʻa. We can find iconic emblems of our tourist industry, like Waikīkī and the sharp sloping profile of Lēʻahi. As is true throughout the islands of Hawaiʻi, Honolulu District is replete with a complex history going back more than a thousand years. Because of the presence of two deep water ports, plentiful fresh water sources, and lush valleys, this district became central to the political and social life of the islands by the mid-nineteenth century. 


Photo by J.J. Williams of Princess Likelike


Photo by J.J. Williams of Princess Kaʻiulani as a child
















Photo by Hugo Stangenwald of Honolulu from Kawaiahao Church in the mid 19th century.



We would like to express our sincere gratitude to Chaminade University (our venue for the Honolulu District Fair 2020), JCCH, Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai’i (our Community Partner for Honolulu District Fair 2020), and all of our students, teachers, families, judges and other volunteers in the Honolulu District community.